Authorities said three naked women who had been seen applying sunscreen to a rest stop in Florida drove the police to a 21-kilometer pursuit, drove a car to a MP and threatened another with a bat.
The Florida Road Patrol said that when a member approached women at the Interstate 75 rest stop Wednesday in Dade City, Pasco County, they began to dress up . The women told the soldier that they lived with a family member but that they went to the rest area after an altercation and had nowhere to go.
The Tampa Bay Times reported that women claimed that they "were drying in the air" after the laundry. They then fled in a car, with soldiers hunted down.
The women were arrested after the police managed to blow their tires and repeatedly crush their car. One of them was mastered with the help of a stun gun and marijuana was found in the car. The women were charged with aggravated assault directed against a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest, escaping and being exposed to decency.
According to the Tampa Bay Times, "Although Pasco has been dubbed the nudist capital of the world, the arrest reports do not indicate that women are linked to its many nudist or sartorial communities."